|From minifrog on 24.01.2006, 18:48:
Finally purchased a copy of Recycle, really excited, and although I originally wanted it for fast sample creation, the looping possibilites of rex files is pretty appealing to me. Anybody have any experience with a rex compatible or slicing vst? I found Phatmatik, microdicer, a handful of others, but so far I haven't gotten the free or demo versions to work in Psycle. Any ideas?
|From frog_jr on 03.04.2006, 14:05:
Not a whole lot of response on this thread here, looks like. Well, I have found more use for another commercial one, much cheaper, called LiveSync Recorder. It simply records 1 or 2 measure segments in sync, so I can reuse them as loops, and it is a vst so I can plug in in anywhere. I am not seeing a lot of interest in using slicing/looping software here at this forum, but I just thought I'd throw that out there. It is working pretty good. Sure I like free VSTs and wouldn't even be tracking if I had to pay the outrageous prices most VST host programs and many VSTs cost, but I don't object to paying a little now and then. And there is a free version of this one too. Cheers, frog
|From sampler on 05.04.2006, 15:46:
I saw some time ago a demo of Livesync Recorder and looked really good, very interesting. But it isn't free, isn't it?
|From sampler on 05.04.2006, 15:57:
Argggh, double post
|From frog_jr on 06.04.2006, 16:54:
With the pay version you have a buffer that stores up to 8 measures, and you can save, as one or 2-measure loops, and it puts a small fade on the beginning and end, and optionally auto-names them. Like I often put a very simple drumbeat through 2 or 3 delays and maybe other stuff, and it is nice to save that to a 8-beat sample, easily, and re-use that minus the effects etc. I am a big KISS kinda guy ;-) and I don't mean Gene Simmons.
|From Taika-Kim on 07.04.2006, 18:50:
Psycle sample offset is relative! You can splice from any point in the sample. And because of hex system accidentally being a 16-base system, that has a nice synergy with loops that are played (more or less) in time dividable by four...
|From sampler on 12.04.2006, 16:25:
Yes Taika, i forgot to say.
|From frog_jr on 13.04.2006, 20:10:
Sampler, thanks for that help! And your english is good!
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